2 Replies Latest reply on Sep 14, 2004 4:16 PM by Frank Langelage

    how to get multiple webservices running

    Frank Langelage Master

      I deployed two similar ear-files on JBoss 4.0.0RC2. Those ear have the following content:
      test1.ear:
      common.jar
      entity.jar
      session.jar
      webservice1.war

      test2.ear:
      common.jar
      entity.jar
      session.jar
      webservice2.war

      common contains some utility classes, entity.jar all entity-bean stuff, session.jar the SLSBs and webservice?.war the webservice-classes,-interfaces and -config-files.
      The webservices are deployed es servlets with different context-roots.
      I want to use the structure above to deploy a prod- and test-version of our application on one jboss-server.

      When the deployment process has finished, the webservices are accessible over the different URL's, but only the latest deployed JSE is called.
      So if test is deployed last and I can call the prod-WS via prod-URL, the test-WS is executed and data access and modification is done in the test database.

      I've already created an jboss-app.xml with a unique loader-repository entry to get the ears loaded in different classloaders.
      But it didn't solve my problem.